Proposed park plan goes public

Enderby residents are being asked to provide their vision for Barnes Park.

Enderby residents are being asked to provide their vision for Barnes Park.

A conceptual plan has been developed for the park and it will go before residents during an input session March 11 at 2:30 p.m. at city hall.

“We welcome all residents of Enderby and Area F to provide their comments on how they foresee Barnes Park being developed into the future,” said Herman Halvorson, Enderby and District Services Commission chairperson.

“We are looking forward to everyone’s input.”

The conceptual plan includes a set of potential features that could be incorporated into the park, such as a spray park, walking track, outdoor gym, and improved gazebo facility.

“This conceptual plan is designed to start the conversation with the public,” said Halvorson.

You can participate in two different ways.

“The commission wants to know what you like, what you do not like, and what might have been missed. The feedback will be evaluated by the commission and integrated into the future vision for Barnes Park,” said Halvorson.

Comments about the plan can also be provided online at www.cityofenderby.com.

“A link will be provided so you can download the conceptual plan and give your comments on the website,” sad Halvorson.

“All comments should be submitted by March 11.”